Privacy preserving search engines

When you search the internet for information search engines record information about you and your search habits. This information is frequently used to improve your search experience, it is also used to market to you, and provided to the government on request. The privacy preserving search engines listed below take your search request, strip off all the personal information like your IP address and type of browser, and then they send it to Google on your behalf. This allows them to provide you with a similar search quality to Google, while still preserving your privacy.

The following list contains four search engines, two are popular, but collect data about you, and two are privacy preserving:

Go to all four search engines and try the following searches: Next, try finding a search term which produces very different results between the popular and privacy preserving search engines.